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2.12 What's for dessert?

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Published: 8.21.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 2:20
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

The whole Top Notch gang enjoys dessert after dinner at Cheryl's apartment.


    

triangleDirections


  1. REVIEW the vocabulary / background.
  2. WATCH the video.
  3. ANSWER the questions.
  4. CHECK your answers. (Show Answers)

triangleVocabulary


  • sweets [n] - sweet food like dessert
  • snack on [v] - eat (as a snack)
  • (...) are my passion. [exp] - I love (...).
  • I'm crazy about (...) [exp] - I love (...).

[n] - noun,  [v] - verb, [exp] - expression


triangleBackground


Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Mr. Evans, Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul are coworkers.
  • They are eating dinner at Bob's and Cheryl's apartment.
  • Bob and Cheryl are engaged.

triangleQuestions


  1. Which dish did Mr. Evans like the most?
    the rice
    the potatoes
    the chicken

  2. How many cookies does Paul take?
    two
    three
    four

  3. Why doesn't Mr. Evans take any cookies?
    He is full.
    He is on a diet.
    He doesn't eat sweets anymore.

  4. Why doesn't Bob take any cookies?
    He is full.
    He is on a diet.
    He doesn't eat sweets anymore.

  5. What snacks did Marie see Bob eating?
    cookies
    carrots
    candy
    an apple
    ice-cream
    fruit salad

  6. What snacks does Bob say he was eating?
    cookies
    carrots
    candy
    an apple
    ice-cream
    fruit salad

  7. When did Bob eat candy?
    this morning
    this afternoon
    yesterday

  8. When did Bob eat ice-cream?
    this morning
    this afternoon
    yesterday

  9. What dessert does Mr. Evans love?
    cookies
    chocolate cake
    strawberries

  10. What dessert does Paul love?
    cookies
    chocolate cake
    strawberries

  11. Why does Paul love that dessert?
    It is delicious.
    It is easy to make.
    It helps him gain weight.

  12. What dessert does Cheryl want?
    a cookie
    some chocolate cake
    some strawberries

  13. Who took all the cookies?
    Paul
    Bob
    Mr. Evans


triangleLanguage (subject-verb agreement)


Directions: 1) Choose the correct verb form for each sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.

  • Cheryl, that (was) fantastic.
  • The rice (was) terrific.
  • Cookies, anyone?
  • Yes, one please!
  • I’ll take two, thanks. Or three. Or four.
  • (Do) you eat sweets, Mr. Evans?
  • I used to. But I can’t anymore.
  • No dessert for you, Bob?
  • Not on his diet.
  • But (weren't) you eating cookies today at work?
  • I (was) eating carrots.
  • Didn’t I see you snacking on candy this afternoon?
  • That (was) an apple.
  • What about that ice cream you ate yesterday?
  • Fruit salad.
  • My mistake.
  • These cookies (are) terrific.
  • If you (like) the cookies, you’ll love this cake. Would you eat some strawberries, Mr. Evans?
  • Strawberries (are) my passion!
  • Really?
  • I’d eat strawberries on anything—cereal, pasta, even rice.
  • I ('m) crazy about chocolate cake! I can gain weight with every bite!
  • I think I’ll have a cookie. Bob, could you pass the . . . oh, where’d they go?
  • I (have) one.
  • I (have) four.
  • I (have) none.
  • Hey . . . you only (live) once.


triangle Script



Paul: Cheryl, that was fantastic.
Mr. Evans: The rice was terrific.
Cheryl: Cookies, anyone?
Marie: Yes, one please!
Paul: I’ll take two, thanks. Or three. Or four.
Cheryl: Do you eat sweets, Mr. Evans?
Mr. Evans: I used to. But I can’t anymore.
Marie: No dessert for you, Bob?
Cheryl: Not on his diet.
Marie: But weren’t you eating cookies today at work?
Bob: I was eating carrots.
Marie: Didn’t I see you snacking on candy this afternoon?
Bob: That was an apple.
Marie: What about that ice cream you ate yesterday?
Bob: Fruit salad.
Marie: My mistake.
Paul: These cookies are terrific.
Cheryl: If you like the cookies, you’ll love this cake. Would you eat some strawberries, Mr. Evans?
Mr. Evans: Strawberries are my passion!
Cheryl: Really?
Mr. Evans: I’d eat strawberries on anything—cereal, pasta, even rice.
Paul: I’m crazy about chocolate cake! I can gain weight with every bite!
Cheryl: I think I’ll have a cookie. Bob, could you pass the . . . oh, where’d they go?
Marie: I have one.
Paul: I have four.
Mr. Evans: I have none.
Bob: Hey . . . you only live once.



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